Mini-Preceptorship in Gastric Cancer
11am to 4pm, Saturday 29 August 2020 – Online
In response to feedback from trainees, the AGITG will offer an online Mini-Preceptorship in Gastric Cancer in 2020.
This exciting initiative will aim to cover surgical, radiation, medical oncology and translational science as aspects of study of gastric cancer.
Our Invited Faculty will nominate the seminal publications in their field for nominated trainees to review; we will then invite other trainees to present illustrative gastric cancer cases highlighting where the learned evidence could be used to assist decision making.
The Invited Faculty will have access to the trainee summaries and case presentations prior to the meeting and will provide comment and instruction on the day.
We would like our members and committees to encourage attendance at this preceptorship for their trainees.
There is no registration cost to trainees to attend the Mini-Preceptorship.
Doctor Sharon Pattison, Medical Oncologist, University of Otago, Dunedin New Zealand
Doctor Mark McGregor, Medical Oncologist, Lyell McEwin Hospital & Adelaide Oncology and Haematology
Medical Oncology: Doctor Sharon Pattison & Doctor Mark McGregor (Workshop Co-Convenors)
Surgery: Associate Professor Cuong Duong, Upper GI surgeon/surgical oncologist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
Radiation Oncology: Professor Trevor Leong, Radiation Oncologist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Translational Science: Professor Alex Boussioutas, Deputy Director of Gastroenterology at Royal Melbourne Hospital, Gastroenterologist at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Epworth HealthCare
Doctor Ho Wai Derrick Siu, Medical Oncology Advanced Trainee, AGITG Clinical Research Fellow, NHMRC, CTC, Sydney
Doctor Oliver Piercey, Medical Oncology Advanced Trainee, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
Gastric Cancer learning session
- Faculty will nominate 3 to 5 seminal papers in their speciality.
- Attendees are tasked with reviewing those papers and preparing presentation with slides.
- Selected trainees to prepare cases (to be nominated by Convenor/s).
- Expert Faculty to provide comment on papers and on clinical cases during the workshop.
To secure your spot, please register here.
Registrations close 5pm Sunday 19 July to allow time sufficient preparation time and allocation of papers.
By registering for the workshop you will also be eligible to attend the AGITG ONLINE 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting at a discounted registration rate. Please contact the AGITG at email@example.com for further details regarding this special offer to AGITG members. If you are not sure of your membership status, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have not had the opportunity to join the AGITG, we would encourage you to apply for membership here.